Every day around the world, billions of people listen to music and millions listen to classical music. Do you want to become the next Mozart or the next Beethoven? If you have a passion for classical music and want to start taking lessons, you have found the right place! Here at Musiprof, we will offer you the best classical lessons you will ask for. All the lessons are flexible and personalized according to your needs and desires. Sign up for free on the MusiProf platform.
Personalized and adaptable classical lessons with MusiProf
With MusiProf all the lessons and courses are very flexible, and it’s really easy to personalize your classical course. We want you to decide everything according to your preferences. You will decide the days and at what time you prefer to attend the classical lessons. Plus, you get to pick the price range that most suits your possibilities. Our teachers are selected professionally by our team, who check their knowledge and previous experiences to guarantee good quality courses and classes. Tutors are open to giving lessons to both individuals and groups, to split the costs. In addition, you can choose if you prefer following your classes comfortably from home, online or in person. If you would like to meet the tutor face-to-face, just decide when and where and start your course! While if you prefer online lessons, here is what you need:
- a free platform such as Skype or Zoom
- any device with a stable internet connection
- a camera
- a microphone
What will I learn during my classical lessons?
If you have always been passionate about the masterpieces of Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Wagner, and Puccini, this is the right course for you. As our priority at MusiProf is the student, we want you to feel free to choose between a variety of topics and pick which are the best for you. Just discuss your goals and objectives with your teacher so that you together can create the most suitable classical lessons. Here are some topics you might want to cover during your lessons. The grinds might begin with the elements of music, breaking classical musical into its components of pitch, duration, and sound colour, to better understand how music works. Next, you might want to proceed to the compositions themselves, starting with the Middle Ages and Renaissance, to understand how Western music developed.
The main features of classical music are:
- Solid and methodical harmony
- Large musical compositions and complexity
- Modulation technique for the construction of musical speech
Classical music compositions, besides being very difficult to perform, also have a considerable length. Among the most complex we have:
Are you looking forward to studying and performing these complicated compositions perfectly? Rely on MusiProf: it will assign you a perfect teacher for your needs, which will help you achieve the goals you have set for yourself!
Sign-up for free and start now your classical lessons with MusiProf!
Attending a course has never been easier and fast. Just follow these few simple steps, and we will take care of the rest.
- Sign up for free on the MusiProf platform
- Tell us what you are looking for in the lessons
- Wait until we match you with the most suitable teacher
- Start learning and have fun!
Finding a quality teacher has never been this easy!
3 simple steps to start your lessons!
1. Sign up for free
Describe your request and learning goals. Sign up in group or individually.
2. Choose between private lessons or join a group
You can join an existing learning group on your level or get a tailored lesson plan.
3. Start your lessons
After your first trial lesson you can decide whether or not to continue your lessons.
Specialized teachers for any subject
We have teachers available for most subjects! Fill in a request and we provide you with a tailored course to your needs!
Orchestra musician offers clarinet lessons to students of all levels
My background is classical music; all of my degrees in Clarinet Performance and Music Education focused on this music genre. Classical music is what I play on a daily basis, either in orchestra, chamber music or solo performances.